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Wetlands of international importance!

At the top hill in Victory Wood in North Kent this way finding marker points out that Graveney Marshes are part of a RAMSAR. RAMSAR sites are classified as wetlands of international importance – what … Read more

Battery storage – the risks

The proposed Battery Storage facility (BESS) at Cleve Hill would be 5 x times larger than the current largest battery storage system in the world. Covering 25 acres – the size of 20 football pitches Lithium-Ion Batteries are far from … Read more

SOS the Secretary of State!

If you think that Graveney Marshes is not the right place for the largest ever industrial scale Solar Power Station in the UK then please SOS the Secretary of State NOW by sending an urgent email message to  … Read more

BBC Politics Southeast

Sunday 19th January 2020 – Helen Whately MP joins a live discussion on the proposed Solar Farm. Click here to link to the programme. Listen from 19:20

Coastal Paths

New figures showcase the health and economic benefits of walking on England’s coastal paths… with 29.1 million walking trips made over a six-month period, boosting local economies and bringing health and wellbeing benefits to visitors. Read … Read more

Saving Faversham’s Landscape

Faversham Life interviews conservationist Matthew Hatchwell “We must make better use of natural ecosystems such as salt marshes and all the benefits they bring… It is proven that people’s mental health and wellbeing is better … Read more

Alternative forms of renewable energy?

Floating solar power plants are what the name suggests, solar panels mounted on a structure that floats on a body of water. The advantage is that they reduce land requirements because they can be installed, … Read more


Last chance to write to the National Inspectorate! It would be fantastic if you could write or email the National Inspectorate, by 13 November, outlining your main concerns about the proposal. Ideally this should be … Read more

Views of the Marsh exhibition

Hosted by the Fleur de Lis gallery in Faversham to highlight the urgent need to save the beautiful and precious habitat of Graveney Marshes. A huge thank you to the artists who submitted their work.

Maligned marshland

Mosquitoes, Magwitch and a value of $194,000 per hectare. Faversham Life – Read the article here

Agendas for the September Hearings

have now been published and added to the Examination Library. Add these dates to your diary and come and support the campaign on September 10th, 11th, or 12th.

A list of archived news is also available.